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One thing that really bothers me is when the guy is cheap and refuses to get a girl a drink. I’ve heard this happen a few times and it really horrifies me. I know its expensive and the girl wont finish it but have some cutesy. The date will last about 3 hrs, 3 hrs of talking. Get the girl a drink!!! Even worse when the guy offers a drink and pulls two water bottles out of his pocket…!!
I know all that…but you would never catch a chassidish couple dead holding hands ever! Some don’t even sit at the same table on Shabbos. Isn’t it contradictory??
Well I thought the coffee room was a nice welcoming place…I guess not. You create an account, try to ask things and get called names such as a troll…
@CRabuzer, What with you? You seem to enjoy calling people names. For ex. at least 4 people trolls, then you called justwantagoodoy, justwantagooeytoy. So not cool.
Couldn’t of said it better yentapesha! Where has this generations Chashivas HaTorah gone? To pull a boy out of yeshiva for what? To go out with no purpose. Never mind all the other things…
@cruzer, I think you should find a new profession other then investigating. Not such a good fit for you.
@apushtayid, I had my name on top just plain, at the interview it really didn’t come up. I mean the interviewee introduced himself but that was all. I didn’t see this issue at the interview.
Wow. That hurt. I don’t even know what a troll is, but I don’t think I am one. Why do you think its OK to just call people names with no valid reason.
I second that justwantagoodoy! I also want subtitles.
I totally agree with you. Its not tznuis to just ‘go out’ for the sake of going out. If you think its a shidduch and you might get married then its OK. Otherwise, it’s totally not appropriate. Really the entire dating situation is not appropriate. Young girls going out with young men…not such a kosher situation. If your mother wants to you to go out with every boy, maybe let her come along so its still OK, and there are no shailos. Better yet, maybe have a date in your house so you are OK with it. You sound like a wonderful Bais Yaakov girl. You should not be going out with just anyone. Good luck.
Thats a major question-why you are working there to begin with is a question. I think you should invite them all and let them experience the true beauty of a yiddisha chasunah. Give them their own table on the side and have someone there to explain what to do. Ex: for dancing, men here and women here… If your chossen/husband is so opposed…too bad he will just have to give in. Remember, it’s the binah yesairah in a marriage that makes it work. Mazel tov!
Wow. You sound like a truly mature woman ready for marriage. You understand that any decision you make now will impact the rest of your life. I truly respect you for that and I hope you will make the right decision. Maybe you should consult a rav, its pretty serious. Daven for clarity in this vital moment of your life! Hatzlach! Keep us updated-especially if you get engaged.
Just wanted to bring this post back…now, in the depth of winter, what works for you? I find that after a while, I get ‘immune’ to the classic lip balms like carmax and vaseline. Any suggestions?
There is nothing wrong with hoodies. Girls like to be comfortable just like boys/men. It’s not fair to put the pressure on girls that they have to be all dressed up every second outside their bedroom.
I see where your coming from. Its for sure a valid concern. Maybe you should speak to someone you can trust to see how to proceed. I don’t think your being too picky at all. You can never be too picky when looking for a husband. Hope I helped you and good luck!